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? ? ? ? ? right now on news channel 8 at 11:00. a state of emergency declared in italy, hundreds of after shocks have shaken the country as the death toll continues to rise, survivors are looking for loved ones and trying to pick up the pieces. funny money in the area, where investigators are finding these fake bills and why some stores are changing the way they accept cash. also this in a close eye on invest 99. the system is in the southern bahamas bringing wind and rain to the island. we're looking at where it's headed next and what that means for us. i'm jean ramirez. >> we're going to head to lee span for the latest on the
on poorly formed invest 99 l. this tropical wave coming into the southern bahamas. but only a 6% chance over the next five days that it will continue to develop. that's good news. plus there's tropical storm gaston out there. we got the latest information on it. it's expected to regain its category one hurricane status. strengthening to a category two. here's bermuda. it's way out to sea and it stays there. that's good news. when you look at what's left here, this is a ve this point. and it will eventually head into the bahamas. now, the visible satellite imagery is easier to pick out the spin in the atmosphere. you can see it right there. not a lot of cloud cover on this side. you want to look for a counterclockwise spin. all the storms are on the southeast side. that's the area of low pressure. that's what we would consider the center and what we're tracking. that's going to head into the
at that point, it's going to not only enter the warm waters of the gulf of mexico. but it's also going to enter into an atmosphere that's a little more conducive unfortunately for development. after that, as we head into monday and tuesday, a lot of computer models take it into the central eastern gulf of mexico. which would mean it would draw out tropical storm for us. which is eye i'm bringing rain chances up. let me give you the short-term guideline. typical hot summer days today an of storms mainly in the afternoon. but the most rain and any wind from this system that we would see, coming on monday and tuesday. but depending all on its eventual track guys. thank you lee. developing now in central italy, unrelenting after shocks and a shrinking window of opportunity. us rescuers are running out of time to find survivors. this is drone video that shows how bad the damage is.
400 injured. scott mcclean reports from italy. >> reporter: in central italy, residents and rescue workers alike have been shaken by a series of after shocks that are making the work of finding survivors even more difficult. these ancient towns have narrow streets, easily blocked by tumbling debris. everyone knows the chances of finding survivors alive is decreasing with every passing hour, they keep digging. tour guide francesco amelia shot these im to look for relatives. >> we tried to help the people that were actually digging with their hands. because, what i would like to say is that there are so many people that were -- they came out not dead and they tried their best to excavate, that i have been digging non-stop for 24 hours. >> maria was sleeping in her
>> we opened the door with a kick. >> reporter: for now, she's sleeping in the backseat of her damaged car. and that's the least of her worries. she lost four relatives, two colleagues and now may have also lost her job. >> i don't know if i have a work any more. a job. because the school is closed. and we don't know when it will be >> there are several ways that you can help in the relief effort. donate to the international federation of red cross and red crescent societies as well as save the children. and in your vote, marco rubio was in the bay area days ahead of the florida primary. in about 15 minutes, senator rubio will meet with supporters in plant city at courier field and veterans monument. he wants to explain why he's running for reelection. and also the importance of the
last chance for early voting in the primary election here in florida. some voting locations will be open through sunday. others closed tomorrow. we have a list on wfla.com. head on there and search early voting. well, the war of words is heating up between donald trump and hillary clinton with each accusing the other of racism. over night donald trump softened his approach on immigration during an interview with cnn he's mao promising to deport drug work with law-abiding undocumented immigrants. but it's what he has said about mexicans, muslims, women, and others that has hillary clinton tieing trump to hate groups. >> these are racist ideas, race baiting ideas, anti-muslim, anti-immigrant, anti-women. all key tenants making up the emerging racist ideology known as the alt right.
fail, they are left with only this one tired argument, you're racist. you're racist. you're racist. >> now, neither candidate campaigns today, trump is doing some private events in nevada. clinton continues to be dogged by more emails and official meetings with donors to her foundation. a federal judge has ordered the state department to start delivering some of those emails uncovered by the fbi no later than september 13th. news right now regarding the zika virus. the fda just sent out an advisement that all donated blood and blood components should be tested for the zika virus. this is a revised recommendation. earlier this year, the administration recommended testing only in areas with active zika virus transmission. like in miami dade county. these new guidelines include all states and u.s. territories. again, right now the fda
donated in the united states, again, this is throughout the entire country, be tested for the zika virus. and today marks one year since two journalists were shot and killed on live television in roanoke virginia. a former employee of tv station wdbj opened fire on reporter alison parker and photo journalist adam ward. this happened during a live interview on the morning news there. the shooter took off from that scene and later shot and killed himself. the woman being interviewed at the time, vi also shot, but she did survive. here's an 8 on your side alert, the secret service says they're seeing an increase in cases of phony money being passed around. janelle tell us what you need to look out for so you don't get duped. authorities want people to be cautious about counterfeit money that's going around the tampa bay area. a man in citrus county was just arrested yesterday for trying to pass off fake money at a
and a woman went into a belles out let store last thursday and tried to purchase items. investigators say he gave the cashier seven 20-dollar bills that were fake. deputies arrested him last night at a motel. the feds say they're seeing an increase in these cases around the bay area. over the weekend, a local man was selling his phone on a popular app called offer up. but when he went to make the exchange, he noticed the serial numbers on the bills were all the same. >> i should have went with my gut. i knew something was wrong. something was off. >> that man got away on a motorcycle. we are checking with detectives to see if there's a possible connection between this case and the one in citrus county. reporting in tampa, news channel 8. several stores in brandon have stopped taking large bills, 50s, and 100s, because they were scammed. new this morning, a lake land firefighter will be
legion's national firefighter of the year. eutenato cincinnati to receive this prestigious award given to one firefighter in the entire country per year. committee members explain brown was selected for his high level of involvement, service, and dedication, including several heroic acts while off duty. the annual convention kicks off today. and lieutenant brown will receive his award wednesday. congratulations to him. friday night football is back, and so 8's friday night blitz. we team up with 93.3 to bring you a giant dose of school spirit. today tampa's alonzo high school was on fire. [ cheering and applause ] that will make your ears hurt for a little bit. hundreds of students set their alarms very early this morning to rev up for tonight's home game. alonzo is the third largest school in hillsborough county with 2600 students there.
one of three planned for today. these guys have a lot of pep. the ravens are taking on their rivals the sickles high griffins. who attend glass just three miles away. it's going to be a big game tonight. >> a big rivalry, it's a lot of fun. that's what it's about. a fun way of competing, going out there and just having a good time. we know a lot of players on the other side. so it makes for a big, exciting game. >> again, alonzo takes on sickles at 7:30 tonight, we wi news channel 8. and we'll have highlights tonight at 11:00. well it's not just high school football that's returning tonight. the bucks play at raymond james tonight against the browns and while you're pulling for jameis and company, you may find yourself cheering, a little bit, for cleveland. or at the very least, one of their players. if you're watching the game on south howard in tampa, the people who live around the area are asking you to keep it down. there's a battle over noise going on and we'll have details
we're back. in two hours, a crowd of thousands will be cheering on a dozen fake musicians. this is happening in finland. it's a big deal. it's a real thing. the finals of the air guitar world championships. if you look at their website, here's what you'll see, a message of peace. air guitar, wars end, climate change stop, and all bad things would disappear if only all the people in the world played the air guitar. i guess it does make you happy doesn't it? if you want to watch it streaming at air guitar world championships.com at 1:00 this afternoon. the thing about air guitar, real guitar playing is about the hands and the fingers, air guitar is all about the phase. you have to look like you know what you're doing.
where they -- oh -- on spike tv where they lip sync. no lip sync battle. >> it's all about your energy. right? >> it's all about the energy. exactly right. where it's a beautiful day. hopefully you're spending energy outside this morning. 86 degrees at the hoola bay restaurant in tampa. let me walk you through the rest of the day. still mostly dry the next hour, but all ready toasty, 8 degrees. by 4:00 p.m., 30% chance of storms. so actually not too many. you'll be lucky to be at or under or near a thunderstorm. that will cool you down. 93 at 4:00 p.m. rain coming to an end at 7:00. it's still steamy at 87. speaking of the evening, it's time to kickoff the blitz. you just heard about that high school football game. an isolated shower possible near the coast. when you kickoff the game. and even at halftime, that
final play, dryer, muggy at 82. as we've mentioned on multiple occasions, the buccaneers are at raymond james with the new stadium scoreboards, 8:00 this evening. if you're going out to tailgate ahead of time, there's that rain chance, 87 degrees. still got leslie doing the air guitar in the studio. 86 degrees in lake land. 89 in sarasota. it's been sunny and muggy all morning thanks to this east at 1:00, we'll see showers dotting the landscape, any rain that forms will generally move from east to west. the best chance around 4:00 p.m. by 7:00, at the beginning of some of those games, showers might be around. then they'll head out clearing out later in the evening. ask tomorrow is actually pretty similar. but also tomorrow, that's when i really start paying closer attention to this tropical wave pushing through the bahamas. tomorrow, still a typical round of afternoon thunderstorms. not really associated necessarily with this low.
north. as it passes through the florida straits and into the gulf of mexico, i'm going to draw the rain chances up a little bit. a 40% chance saturday. to 50% sunday. highest rain chance at this point looks to be monday and tuesday. we'll worry about that next week guys. thank you lee, and homeowners in south tampa, they're not happy with pulsing music from bars on howard avenue. homeowners packed tampa city council to an ordinance under consideration would require bars to keep the volume below 55-decibels outside the clubs. but some bar managers claim that would make it impossible to do business. >> to make sure that we're very diligent when we set this decibel limit at 55. it's unacceptable and unattainable. i don't think any city in the united states let that reading stay at that and be able for their city to thrive. >> council members voted to go ahead with the ordinance but to
the two sides. a big night tonight as many fans get their first look at the renovations at ray jay. the bucks tonight hosting the browns. we took a tour of the new hall of fame club. also of course we had to try the new concession food. can't leave without doing that. but the feature everyone is talking about are those new video boards. buck's reps tell us they want fans to have the best experience possible. in all, over 31,000 square feet of video space, that our fa will be able to experience the excitement when they come to an event. not only our events but all events at raymond james stadium. >> when you're sitting in the nosebleeds, you need the big screens to get in on all the action, right? a second round of renovations is taking place after this season. tonight's game by the way against the browns kicks off at 8:00 p.m. well, you can watch that game right here on news channel 8. but you may want to keep an eye out for a very special
in studio. and there's a great reason you're the one bringing us this. >> i have to say, i'm not fair with this. i have a relative who's playing. exactly. so basically, for the benefits, one of the most important things -- folks, one of the most important things we learn is to be impartial with stories, not show bias. and not have personal vested interest in our stories. right now i am tossing that right out the window. because tonight, when the bucks take on the browns, one of my cousins will be in the player. meet charlie hewlit. the newest long snapper for the browns. okay, he may be wearing a cleveland uniform, but i promise, he's a tampa boy. >> it's a huge honor. i grew up, you know, watching the super bowl winning teams and stuff like that. a i grew up a diehard bucks fans. it's crazy to be on the field with them now. >> he graduated hillsborough
out tight end. and was a walk on tight end at the university of central florida. but after the long snapper suddenly quit, his life took a turn. >> did you expect it would lead you to the nfl? >> not at all. >> he credits his cousins who play for ucf kentucky for influ and of course his high school coach, earl garcia. >> he's going to at whatever he does. it just so happens, he can go out making a good living throwing a football between his legs. >> i know you spent years getting bounced around on practice teams, tell me what that was like. >> that was tough. you know, it was three years, it took me after i left college. i finally got on a regular season roster. there was a whole year, i wasn't on a team at all. i didn't get many phone calls. i got a regular job training
know, i had to pay bills. but perseverance paid off. meanwhile coach has closing advice for tonight's game. >> keep your head down, snap the ball, get down as fast as you can, you're not going to make the tackle charlie, but do the best you can. let one of the fast guys make the tackle. >> let's bring a state championship to hillsborough high school. >> that would certainly be nice. wouldn't it? recently charlie got married right here in tampa at the sacred heart church in downtown. he promises me if the root for the buccaneers. >> funny thing, you do all this to support your cousin charlie, then you show up here dressed like a bucks fan. does charlie know what's up. >> the key is he's the long snapper. it's fourth down. i can take this off during the fourth down and go back and forth. >> you have a strategy for the game. >> yes, i do. >> he does seem like a great guy. >> he's a real sweet kid. >> it's nice to see someone succeed like that.
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the white house says president obama will expand a national mome of hawaii. neat stuff here. creating the world's largest marine protected area. president george w. bush created the marine national monument back in 2006.
today, president obama is going to quadruple its size, making it more than twice the size of texas. that's big. the white house explained the expansion will help protect more than 7,000 species. beautiful. president obama is also doing something pretty neat when it comes to virtual
with an virtual reality headset. join the president on a tour of yosemite national park. he filmed when he visited the park this year. it's called through the ages, president obama celebrates america's national parks. in this the president takes us through top sites, including el captain rock formation, yosemite falls and the merced river. in 30 minutes, the space the pacific ocean off mexico's baha california coast. it detached from the international space station this morning. here is the undocking. this happened just after 6:00. the dragon delivered a new docking port to the iss last month. it's bringing back 3,000-pounds of research and equipment, including 12 mice that flew up on the dragon as part of a genetic study. >> i wonder how they did with the no gravity situation. i don't know.
more people complaining about high water billing in hernando county. shay called shannon behnken. she sits down with officials to find out what's going on with these high bills. you're watching news channel 8 today at 11:00. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this over sixty
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right now on news channel 8 today at 11:00. fed up with the fight over zika virus funding in washington. what governor rick scott is planning to do when congress gets back from break. plus her water from $100 to 1200. we're hearing from more and more people having this problem in hernando county. an amazing rescue caught on a police officer's body cam. a car on fire, a man stuck, time running out, this has it all folks. plus a good ending. more coming up. and good morning. i'm stacy. >> i'm jean ramirez. thanks for joining us on this friday. we head into the weekend with lots of people thinking about
the tropics. >> before you go into the weekend you want to make sure that everything is it is. and for the most parts, through the weekend, we should have no impact from a tropical system. even though there are two out there. we have tropical storm gaston, which is expected to become a hurricane but stay out to sea. not a problem for anyone. then there's the invest 95 l it's dig organized. barely even holding together. there's a 60% chance in the next five days it could develop. the center is right here if you can it doesn't look like anything tropical at this point. but it may actually enter an area where it has the potential to develop. that's why we're continuing to talk about it even though it's basically still a tropical wave. saturday, sunday afternoon, it travels slowly to the straits of florida between florida and cuba. once it enters this area, that's when it could strengthen. we're going to see typical, hot, humid, afternoon storms. once this system gets into the
where it goes and how strong it is will have the effect on how much rain and wind we will see. at this point, it looks like monday and tuesday we could enhance rain chances. i'll show you why it may start to develop this afternoon. crazy colors, right? this is the wind shear factor in the forecast. so wind shear, we like that. that's what would tear the storm apart. upper level winds ruin this from developing. that's what it's been sitting in for 48 as we go forward in time, the computer models go into this purple or red shaded area. that's less wind shear, more favorable environment for strengthening. that's the reason why i'm not taking my eye off of it yet. the wind shear remains light and water temperatures remain warm. that gives us the indication that we could see development. which is why rain chances go up to 60% next week, guy? well back to breaking news
out an advisement that all donated blood and blood components need to be tested for the zika virus. this is a revised recommendation. earlier it was recommended they test only in areas with active zika virus transmission. like miami dade county. but these guidelines include all states and u.s. territories. if fda recommending all blood in the u.s. be tested for zika virus. gove planning a trip to washington to demand urgent action on zika virus funding. >> he's headed there after labor day weekend. the governor made this announcement at a veteran's event in bradenton. earlier this week he told us about the first nontravel related case of zika virus in the bay area. specifically in pinellas county. governor scott argues the zika virus problem is not just a florida problem and everyone has a part to play. >> everybody's got to be a part of this. no standing water.
at your home, at your business, everywhere you are, think about getting rid of the standing water. well, the state is running out of emergency funds for zika virus. they've allocated 23 of the $26 million set aside for fighting the zika virus. zika virus fears rise, bats are becoming welcome guests throughout florida. you heard that right. bats. right now the florida fish and wildlife commission is pushing to get more bat boxes like this in our state. their manmade ho like birdhouses, most are capable of housing 50 or more bats at a time. each bat can eat as many as 1,000 mosquitoes and other flying insects in just an hour. some people say they never thought of getting a bat box before, but now they will. >> i think it would be a good natural way to eliminate the problem or reduce the problem. >> while we're sleeping bats will be eating mosquitoes. so i'm for it.
bat boxes. but more bat boxes could mean more bats therefore fewer mosquitoes. if you've been cheated, when you need help, she's on your side. better call behnken. and investigator shannon behnken continues to hear from hernando county residents with eye popping water bills. including a retired couple that owes $1,200. the county couldn't find any leeks at their homes and when the couple saw shannon's report about they gave her a call. delores murphy has a 1,200- dollar bill for one month's worth of water. >> were you hoping they would find a leak. because then you would know what it was. >> yes. >> now i'm scared. >> hernando county found no cause for this much water use. so delores and her husband are stuck trying to find the money in their fixed budget. >> we felt we had enough.
because that was my portion of social security. >> reporter: delores thought she was the only one with this issue until better call behnken exposed others with high bills. for weeks residents have reached out to me with bills for 500, 800, $900. >> reporter: i took these complaints to the county spokeswoman, virginia. >> is it possible for someone to have a 1,200-dollar water bill and not have a leak? >> that will be a probably our technicians could help answer. >> reporter: does the water department think there's a problem here? >> the water department is working with the customers like they always do whenever there's a problem. >> reporter: she tells me complaints have not gone up. but that does not reflect the stories customers tell me. >> is there any possibility that the high water bills are wrong? >> reporter: again, we have to take them on a case by case basis and investigate each
have customer service look into delores' bill again. >> we want her to feel comfortable in her home. and we want her to feel confident in our utilities department that she can reach out to them and get her questions answered. >> reporter: when they do call, delores will have a lot of questions. >> i can't afford it. >> reporter: the only explanation the county has so far is a small patch of new saud. they've offered her a credit on to $38. for now, the county says they'll continue to investigate what's going on. shannon behnken, 8 on your side. you better call behnken. 1855-behnken. the bodies of two catholic nuns were discovered in a small city in mississippi. police were called to check on sister margaret and sister
one day. they found the women in their home stabbed to death and a vehicle possibly stolen from the property. their brutal murder is sending shock waves through the local community, the state, and all the way to merrill's childhood home in massachusetts where her family is mourning. >> it's sad that people come to this. whatever motivates them. you know, my aunt and sister margaret, they lived their lives to try to make the world better for the people who have nothing. >> reporter: right now there are no motive. >> californians continue to struggle with wildfires and the cedar fire in particular is giving firefighters a lot of trouble. the fire is growing mostly because of the wind. crews continue to attack the fire from the ground and the air day and night. after burning through 26,000- acres, firefighters have only managed 20% containment. evacuations remain in place for several counties in the fire's path. and now to athens georgia
cam captured a really incredible rescue. what you're about to see is video of an officer pulling a man from a burning vehicle. take a look. that's senior officer dan whitney. you see him here rescuing the passenger. the driver died in the fire. the impact of the crash bent the vehicle's frame and jammed all the doors shut so officer whitney bent the door frame back just enough to pull this man out through the rear window. as he did that, an explosion from under the hood knocked f without the brave rescue, police say the passenger likely would have died. incredible rescue. all right. coming up, parents, pretty sure you'll agree with the statement that most teens are addicted to social media. >> some adults too. it's the way teens communicate these days and now schools are using social media to communicate as well. coming up, we'll show you how one bay area school has its own social media team. plus apple issuing an
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i don't know if we need to remind anybody, but it's the weekend. it's friday. we have good weather. maybe a decent day to hit the beach. or the dog beach if you have a dog. today is national dog day. it's time to appreciate the pooch in your life. or admire the hound next door. this day encourages dog ownership of all br and pure. and embraces the opportunity for all dogs to live a happy safe life. it's a goal for many on national dog day to find homes for all the dogs in need of a loving family. the goal is also to rescue 10,000 dogs each year. and they give you so much love when you bring them home. >> you jumped the gun on this yesterday. we're getting two national dog days from you. >> in my post about ti day yest i said everyday of my life is dog day.
they've given me a lot of love over those years. everyday celebrates them and their arsenal of medicine. they're getting up there these days. >> they expect that loving everyday. don't think you can do it one day and move on. >> it's a nice day to take the dog out. make sure the concrete is not too hot. if you can't leave your hand upside down on the concrete for more than five seconds you shouldn't walk your dog. >> it's hot out lake land auto mall, north wind at 6 miles per hour. breaking down the rest of the day for you, it's toasty out there. it's still dry here at lunch time. we add in that 30% rain chance by 4:00 p.m. that's the best coverage of rain. and it's the hottest time when it's not raining on you there at 93. 87 degrees. right now, 87 in zephyr hills. 86 in clear water.
it stays dry in the morning. it's why we heat up so quickly. and then just after lunch, around 1:00 p.m., we see these first few showers popping up. and they get caught in this east to west wind. the majority of the rain will be south of i 4. this model is over doing how much rain we'll see. but it's showing the highest rain chances farther south. and all the storms will push toward the coast. here it is for 5:00, getting ready for the weekend. rain ending, if you're headed out for dinner, you may have rain on the way there, but it should be dry by 9:00 p.m. all eyes turn to invest 99 north of cuba. these are two different computer models i want to show you. this is the american version. the gfs. it's expected to take it through the florida straits sunday into monday, on the eastern portion of the gulf of mexico. so this is monday. this is why i added in that extra rain chance again. this low is near us. it's going to -- this model takes it out back into the atlantic as you head into the
has come into more of an agreement with that. a little bit on the stronger side as it head into the eastern gulf of mexico. once again, monday into tuesday, that's when the low is near us before it heads back up the east coast. obviously, with this system being so disorganized, it's really hard for these models to get a good handle on it. we'll keep an eye on it. in the next 48 hours, it's going to stay pretty weak. we'll take that. hot days continue today. there's 93 degrees with the storms heading coast. 30% rain chance today. we ramp up to a 40% chance on saturday. 50% on sunday. we're drawing up this deeper tropical storm. so you'll see a better coverage of afternoon storms. i wouldn't change any plans necessarily. make sure you have an alternate plan to head outside when the storms come. monday and tuesday is up in the air. depending on where the system goes. >> talking about the rain and national dog day. i can't get my dog to go on the
>> oh yeah, they don't like that. >> good luck with that though. >> the pads around the house, it's no fun for anybody. >> they still don't want to do that. >> we deal with it. because we love our dogs. we're getting you schooled on how educators are adjusting to evolving forms of communication. hillsborough county is making sure it's more than 250 schools are connected and engaged using a multimedia social network. and as news channel 8's meredith shows us, there's a team responsible information on every media platform possible. >> reporter: they track trends and respond to changing demands, including the increased desire for information on mobile devices. >> we want to make sure that we're mindful of that. and we're providing important information to our families in ways that they want to get it. in ways they're used to getting it. >> that means expanding beyond a website, facebook, and
with younger audiences. >> i did a focus group recently with a few of our 8th graders. and, you know, i said, well, what's -- what are the top social media platforms that you're on? just, you know, tell me, so snap chat, instagram, and you tube were the top used. >> in response, the school system just launched an instagram feed and is developing shareable graphics and short videos. recently the school experimented with live streaming graduation ceremonies. if it sounds like a lot of work, you're right. every comment or question gets a response, no matter the platform. >> we're communicating, you know, with our children. and that's always a great thing. >> reporter: meredith, news channel 8. in case you're wondering, the most shared post for the school system is a graphic of the student calendar year. the united states department of education is
chain itt from enrolling new students who use federal financial aid. it's one of several measures meant to increase financial over sight of the company. state and federal investigators are currently looking into itt's recruiting and accounting practices and have been for sometime now. the for-profit college must also pay the department of education $152 million to cover liabilities in case they shut down. well, apple is issuing a global security update for iphones. the company discovered powerful of an activist in the middle east. the spy ware takes advantage of three previously undisclosed weaknesses in apple's operating system to take complete control of your iphone. in a statement, apple says it fixed the vulnerability immediately after learning about it. it's a good year to be an airline worker. most are getting raises. american airline pilots got a
delta pilots, 37%. 30,000 ground workers for american will receive raises ranging from 15 to 55%. united ground workers except the mechanics will get a 30% wage increase over five years. the hefty pay raises are coming after employees at all major u.s. carriers endured years of pay cut, layoff, and bankruptcies. coming up on news channel 8 at 11:00, you're going to see all this. you're going to see this. we're going to show you, it's all over social britney spears, the pop princess, remember here, she's still around. belting out her biggest hits with late, late show host james corden. a small sampling of this coming
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suits in mexico. in fact, the real donald trump outsourced his products and jobs to 12 different countries. so don't believe the hat. you can't make america great again, if you don't make things
outstanding record breakers. this is julian. the creator and owner of an incredible batman out fit. it's adorned with 23 functioning gadgets which gives him the world record for the most functional gadgets on a cos play suit. spoke bombs, a gun, and bat tracker, a uv lamp, a bat respirator, and a bat sign projector. where does he wear this to. >> i don't know. very you popular. as batman. it's hard to pull that one off. adam west and bert ward. they were batman and robin on the tv series back in the 60s. they're making a come back in a new animated feature. they voiced the dynamic duo. the movie is titled batman, return of the cape crusaders. julie, who played cat woman back in the day.
film too. set for digital release october 11th and blue ray november 1st. host of late, late show james corden has done it again with his car pool karaoke. >> the late night host continues to pull in big name artists and this time it's pop princess britney spears in the passenger seat. ? when i'm not with you, i lose my mind, give me a sign, hit me baby one more time ? >> this almost feels like a who wore it better segment. and i think james wins. >> i like the braids. they're good. this one started it all. not sure about the out fit james is wearing. but we like the braids. they went through all of her hits. talked about mother hood and her big show in vegas. but hey the old hits are fun. but today it's about the new for britney spears. her new album glory is available on itunes and it all ready has more than 1,000
stars. it includes 17 songs. it features her single, clumsy, which is out right now on the radio. maybe you heard it. >> i was in vegas in december. and she was on break. she was the one show i wanted to see. >> she shares the space with j lo. when she's on j lo's not. i saw j lo. that was a good show. >> i wanted to see britney spears. i love it. 93 today. it's going to be hot. and hot on the gridiron for the friday night blitz action. maybe when the game starts at kickoff and through the halftime before things dry out for the final play. and hopefully your team wins. happy friday everybody. go bucks. thanks for joining us. and i'll see you back here
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